Artist Talk and Open-Air Disco

Artist Talk and Open-Air Disco

Artist Randi Renate will be speaking about her current sculpture, “blue is the atmospheric refraction I see you through,” which is now on view outside the Adirondack History Museum. The sculpture is a large participatory installation open to the public since August 2021. The event will begin with an outdoor artist talk moderated by the museum's director, Aurora McCaffrey, starting at 5 pm on Sunday, July 3rd, 2022. Randi Renate will be speaking on her Adirondack inspiration for the sculpture, the build process, and her creative process as it relates to neuroscience and research. After the artist talk, local DJ Sam Cecil (Ol’ Cecil) will be mixing vinyl for the “Open Air Disco” part of Sunday’s event. Refreshments will be served.

Date: July 3, 2022Time: 5:00 pm Venue: Adirondack History Museum Location: 7590 Court Street Elizabethtown, Venue Google Map Link: + Google Map Venue Phone: 518-873-6466 Venue Website: View Venue WebsiteCategory: Culture

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